“60 Minutes” with Lady GaGa
Just as Lady Gaga was arriving at the Grammys in a giant egg, “60 Minutes” aired an interview with the pop star talking to Anderson Cooper about the difference between her public persona and her personal life.
Lady GaGa said people usually want to see the worst from their celebrities, but in reality she isn’t as outrageous as some might think. Gaga went on to say that she considers herself a, quote, “master of the art of fame.” Part of that mastery includes creating a persona that can direct people away from her personal life, but Gaga tries to walk the line between maintaining privacy and withholding herself from fans. For the most part, she wasn’t afraid to give frank answers. She talked openly about her past and current drug use and what she likes to be called in bed. But ultimately, Gaga believes her music is what keeps her fans coming back. Her latest single hit radio Friday, and it has already topped the iTunes songs chart. The full length album, entitled “Born This Way,” is due out in May.
Courtesy of Metro Source